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* Shara Aaron, MS, RD is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition communication from the Friedman School of Nutrition at Tufts University. NutCom Shara co-owns, LLC, a consulting company nutrition communications, is editor of the newsletter of the New Jersey Dietetic Association, and writes freelance articles for magazines Family Circle, Parents and Fitness. * Maria Adams, MS, MPH, RD former editor of EBSCO's Health Library Information Services. It is also a registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition communication from the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University Friedman and has a masters in public health at the School of Medicine at the same university. He has written articles for a variety of health-related publications and has also worked as a clinical dietitian. * Rick Alan working in the communications industry as a writer and editor. * Cheryl Alkon, MS has a master's in journalism from Columbia University and has contributed to a variety of print and online publications. He has published articles in The Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Glamour, Teen Voices and the Ladies Home Journal website, among others. * Karen Asp is a writer on health and fitness has contributed to numerous publications, including Shape, Fitness, Cooking Light, McCall's, and Walking. It is also fitness professional certified by ACE and author of Exercise or Obsession?. * Ted Avery is director of sales and marketing consulting firm The Training Doctor and former producer at ESPN. * Michelle Badash, MS has a master's degree in health communication from the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University and has over 15 years experience in health and medical writing. He has published over 100 scholarly articles in international health issues and consumer health, and has won a writing award from the American Medical Writers Association. * Jean Baker, MS, RD has a master's degree in nutrition communication from Tufts University. His works were included in various print and Internet publications, including the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter. * Jeanine Barone, MS is a nutritionist and exercise physiologist who has written several books and articles on travel, fitness, food and health. His articles have appeared in Food & Wine, Self, Cooking Light, Better Homes and Gardens and Outside, among others. He was editor of University of California Berkeley Wellness Letter for 11 years and has appeared on national television as an expert on food and fitness. * Amanda Barrett, MA former editor of EBSCO's Health Library Information Services. He has a Masters in health communication from Emerson College and the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University (a collaborative program) and a BA in English from the University of Boston. He has worked with the Latin American Health Institute, the Health Institute at Tufts-New England Medical Center, the Department of Public Health Massachusetts and Boston University Medical Center. * Monica Bearden, RD is a registered dietitian and has written articles for publications Journal of the American Dietetic Association, American Journal of Medicine and Sports, American Chemical Society, Today's Dietitian and ADA Sports, Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutrition Newsletter. NutCom Monica co-owns a communications consulting company nutrition. * Howard Bell is a medical writer living in Onalaska, Wisconsin. His articles have been published in May Health Letter, Mayo Health Oasis website and numerous national magazines and medical publications and to the general public. He received the bronze prize award from the National Mature Media Awards. * Julie Bellet, MD DynaMed is clinical editor. Is board-certified in pediatrics. Dr. Bellet studied medicine at Johns Hopkins University and earned a degree in biology from Princeton University. Completed residency in pediatrics at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, DC. * Connie M. Berkowitz, CRNA is an advanced practice nurse and has a master's degree and certification as a nurse anesthetist. He has written for magazines Parents 'School Journal, Rhode Island Parents' Paper, RN, Mothering, and Single Parent. * Karin Beuerlein is full-time freelance writer, and his works have been published in OnHealth.com (WebMD), Big Apple Parent and Writer's Digest. * Robert Bittner is a freelance writer and editor of Michigan who has written about family health issues for various print publications, including Woman's Day Moms on Call and Family Safety & Health. * Bethanne Black is a freelance health and medical issues. His work has been published in several health news publications and various Internet sites. He has also written several nonfiction essays and poems have appeared in magazines and anthologies. * Ann E. Boehler is a freelance writer and former senior associate editor at Walking magazine. He also writes articles on beauty and fitness for other publications. * Maria Borowski, MA has a master's degree in cognitive psychology and neuroscience at Mount Holyoke College. * Steven Bratman, MD studied medicine at the University of California at Davis. In 1997, he created and oversaw the research program that led to the creation of Natural and Alternative Treatments (NAT) and related books. He has authored or co-authored more than ten books in the field of complementary and alternative medicine. * Jonathan Briggs, MA, ELS holds an MA in English and has written about various scientific and health issues for numerous medical publishers and corporate and government clients. * Mark Brown is a sports broadcaster working primarily as a poster play by play for ESPN International on broadcast NBA and NFL. He also hosts a weekly sports radio show called "The Front Row", which can be heard online at cyberstationusa.com. * Alia Bucciarelli, MS is an editor and freelance health writer, and a masters degree in health communication from the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University. * Jill Buchanan, MA writes regularly for national and regional publications on environmental science and health. She has an MA in science journalism from Boston University. * Mary Calvagna, MS is a freelance health writer and has a master's degree in nutrition communication from Tufts University. He has written on a variety of health issues, diseases and nutrition for both print and online. * Rosalyn Carson-DeWitt, MD has written and edited thousands of medical articles for print, Internet and CD-ROM. Is managing editor of Encyclopedia of Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior and Drugs, Alcohol, and Tobacco: Learning About Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictive Behavior, both published by Macmillan Reference USA. * Tammy Chernin, RPh a degree in pharmacy and has over 15 years experience in retail. It is also a freelance writer specializing in health and medicine, and is a regular contributor to the publication Pharmacy Times. * Tina Coleman is a freelance writer who writes frequently about health, parenting and family, travel and gardening. * Suzanne Cote, MS has a masters in journalism from the College of Communication at Boston University and has worked in health communications as a writer and editor. * Barbara Williams Cosentino, CSW, RN is a freelance writer, lives in New York, and his work has appeared in many national publications. It is also a registered nurse, clinical social worker and psychotherapist. * Mary Cresse is a writer specializing in health care. As a project manager, senior writer, or supervising editor, she manages content relating to clinical and administrative aspects of health care. Some of his areas of expertise are: infection control, emergency management, physical and occupational therapy, facility safety and clinical laboratory. He is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists. * Karen Cuozzo is a freelance writer specializing in health care and finance. His latest articles on sleep disorders and the female athlete triad have been published in New Jersey Medicine, the publication of the Medical Society of New Jersey. * Pat Curry writes regularly on health and medicine, as well as personal finance, business and entertainment publications and national and regional websites. She studied journalism at the University of Florida. * Amanda Dameron, MA has a master's degree in health communication from Emerson College / School of Medicine at Tufts University. Is a freelance health writer for various print and online publications, and currently works in disease management interventions with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. * Rhiannon Davies was web editor of Scholastic Library Publishing in Danbury, Connecticut. While at Scholastic, also served as a freelance writer for Grolier Online's Americana Journal. He has also written classical music reviews for The Stamford Advocate. He holds a degree in music and piano performance at the University of Hartford, Connecticut. * Kelly de la Rocha is a freelance writer specializing in parenting, food, travel and women's issues. His articles have appeared in over 50 newspapers and regional magazines, including Parenting New Hampshire, San Diego Family and Big Apple Parent. * Kathleen Doheny is a Los Angeles journalist specializing in health, fitness, and behavior. * Charles Downey is a freelance journalist, magazine writer and book author, and frequently writes about children's medical and psychological issues. He has written for Money, Reader's Digest, McCall's, Woman's Day, Better Homes and Gardens and many other publications in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia. He was a contributor to the science and medicine page Los Angeles Times, where he has won awards for medical reporting. * Catherine Duffek, MLS, MS is a freelance health writer who holds master's Columbia University and Boston University / Sargent in health sciences and rehabilitation. His publications include patient education, marketing and history of medical materials. * Joseph Dumit, PhD is a biomedical anthropologist currently working at the Dibner Institute at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. * Chris Dunkerley is a freelance journalist specializing in health. He lives in a cottage in Scotland and writes for various magazines, including Men's Health, Maxim, and Zest. * Chroust Lain Ehmann has written over 100 stories and articles for publications such as Boston Globe, Woman's World, San Jose Mercury News and many more. She graduated from the Universities of Stanford and Syracuse and writes on parenting, health, fitness, business and technology. * Miriam Erick, MS, RD is a registered dietitian and diabetes educator at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Has cared for more than 1000 women hospitalized with severe types of diseases of pregnancy, which has provided material for two books, an audio tape and a video, chapters in nutrition textbooks and two awards from the American Medical Writers Association. Miriam is frequently interviewed in print and broadcast media, and has appeared on "CBS This Morning". * Frank Ferucci, BS, MS is assistant emergency medical staff at the Anna Jacques Hospital in Newburyport, Massachusetts. He has worked as an adjunct professor in the Physician Assistant Program at the University of New England and has worked as a provider of health care volunteer in the Himalayan Health Exchange. * Eileen Fitzgerald, MD a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. * Sherman M. Fridman, JD practiced law and served as judge pro tem before becoming a novelist and freelance writer. Write about health, business, lifestyle and travel for a variety of national and international publications. * Debra Gordon is freelance writer and editor. His work has appeared in publications such as Prevention, Men's Health, Runner's World and Family Circle. * Elaine Gottlieb is a Boston-based freelance writer with 13 years of experience as a journalist, editor, writer and reporter. His work has been published in the Boston Globe, Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune and Dallas Morning News. * Alicia Graef is a freelance writer living in Boston. He has a degree in animal and veterinary sciences, and is studying journalism at Harvard University. * Roma R. Hanlon is a freelance writer and editor and director of parentstrackingthenet.com. He lives in Santa Clara, California. * Meryl Hyman Harris currently is a freelance writer specializing in health issues. For 30 years, he worked as an editor and reporter for a daily newspaper, and is the author of Who Is a Jew? Conversations, Not Conclusions, published by Jewish Lights Publishing. * Anita M. Harris is an award-winning journalist and author who writes about health, science and technology for print, broadcast and online. He has served as interim director of public affairs for the School of Public Health at Harvard and has taught at Harvard, Tufts, Yale, Simmons and Babson. * Alison N. Haughton, MA has a degree from the Faculty of Communication and the School of International Service at American University and an MA in health communication from Emerson College. He also studied at the School of Public Health at Boston University. * Jennifer Hellwig, MS, RD is a freelance writer specializing in health, medicine and nutrition. * Alexandra Howson, PhD is medical sociologist and lives in Seattle. It is also a freelance writer on health and medical issues experienced in nursing, higher education and health research. * Daphne Howland is a freelance writer specializing in topics related to medicine, technology and the environment. * Monique Kahn, MS, RD is a registered dietitian with a master's degree in nutrition communication from the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University in Boston, Massachusetts. * Diana Kohnle industry working in healthcare as editor of consumer information. It is also a freelance writer specializing in news articles related to health. * Nancy Knoblock Hunton is an award-winning freelance writer who specializes in health care. She has an MA in public relations from Boston University. His articles have appeared in American Health Magazine, Computer Graphics World, Harvard Magazine, MIT's Technology Review, Physician's News Digest and hospital publications. * Bill Johnson is a daily newspaper editor and freelance writer. It has been running long distances for more than 25 years and is a veteran of the powers of "ultrarunning", including six 100-mile races and 15 road marathons. * Karen Schroeder, MS, RD is a registered dietitian with a Master of Science in nutrition and a Master of Education. He has written on a variety of medical and nutrition topics for both print and online. It is also a nutrition educator at the Fallon Clinic. * Alethea Kehas, BA, BS a degree in English and biology from Bowdoin College and has previously worked at Massachusetts General Hospital, in the laboratory of human genetic research. * Patricia Kellicker, BSN is a registered nurse and freelance health writer. She is a graduate of Georgetown University and has written articles on various health topics for numerous online health publications and printed. Member of the American Medical Writer's Association. * Diana Kohnle industry working in healthcare as editor of consumer information. It is also a freelance writer specializing in news articles related to health. * Ericka Kostka is editor and fitness equipment Walking Magazine. * Jeffrey Laing travels the world researching folk and alternative medical practices. His articles appear in a variety of magazines and newspapers, and is the author of several books, including The Complete Book of Herbs and Nature's Miracle Medicines. * Laurie B. LaRusso, MS, ELS freelance medical writer and editor certified life sciences. He has a Masters in Health Communication at the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University and a designation as an adjunct professor in the School of Nutrition Science and Policy at Tufts University. He was also president of the American Medical Writer's Association of New England. * Jeff Larson, PT, ATC is a medical writer and practicing physical therapist and athletic trainer in Fargo, North Dakota. Jeff has a special interest in writing articles on sports medicine for professional journals and magazines for the general public. * Jennifer Lewy, MSW holds a master's in social work from the University of Washington and has over 10 years experience in writing, communication and social marketing in health and human services. * Constance Pittman Lindner is a freelance writer living in the Boston area. He has published articles in several weekly newspapers, as Hingham and Cohasset Mariner Journal, and has also written for The Boston Globe, Max for Women and Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter. * Larry Lindner, MA is a health writer for The Boston Globe and previously was executive editor of the Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter. He has written about nutrition, general health and travel for publications such as Conde Nast Traveler, American Health, Walking, and Redbook. * Jillian Lokere, MS is a freelance writer specializing in articles on science and medicine for the general public. He earned his master's degree in biomedical science from Harvard University, where he researched cancer genetics. * Nicky Lowney, MA has a master's degree in health communication from Emerson College. He has five years experience as a medical writer and project manager in the pharmaceutical industry. * Julie Rackliffe Lucey, MS is a freelance writer in food, health, nutrition, and parenting. He has a Masters in nutrition communication from Tufts University and has published articles in the Journal of Nutrition for the Elderly and other media to the general public in print and on the web. He has also written cookbooks for the Arlington Food Pantry and the Department of Public Health Massachusetts. * Jacquelyn Rudis made an internship as a health writer at EBSCO Information Services's Health Library during the summer of 2006. Her responsibilities included writing various articles for Health Library. Jacquelyn is currently a freshman at Brown University, where he studied for degrees in community health and public policy. Jacquelyn also serves on the executive board Advocacy Program Community Health Brown University. * Jennifer Rymaruk earned his BS in biology from Siena College and an MA in health communications in collaboration program from Emerson College and the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University. He has worked with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts and has illustrated a children's book of the New England Medical Center. Jen is an award winning photographer and avid artist. * Sonja Lyons is a professional freelance writer from Seattle who has a bachelor's degree in chemistry and psychology. He has 18 years of experience in writing a wide variety of technical, medical and commercial. * Susan L. Madden, MS has an MBA and health policy at the School of Public Health Harvard. She is the author of The Preemie Parents' Companion: The Essential Guide to Caring for Your Premature Baby in the Hospital, at Home, and Through the First Years and has written on health policy and health care for many years. * Daus Mahnke, MD is a gastroenterologist in Boulder, Colorado. He studied medicine at Vanderbilt University, did his residency at Yale New Haven Hospital, and his fellowship in gastroenterology at the Center for Health Sciences at the University of Colorado. * Lori P. Marcotte, MPH, RD is a registered dietitian and an active member of Massachusetts 5-A-Day Coalition. He has a Master of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine and develops curricula Tufts University nutrition program for primary schools. * Amy Marlow, MPH, RD, CDN is a registered dietitian, has a master's degree in public health, specializing in education and health promotion. Besides turning to freelance writing, as a wellness specialist for a corporate program of health promotion. * Julie J. Martin, MS is a freelance health writer and a masters degree in health communication from the Faculty of Medicine at Tufts University. * Anne Martinez is a freelance writer for various print and electronic publications. His articles have appeared in Parenting, American Baby, The World & I and as many magazines, newspapers, newsletters and web sites. * Richard S. Masella, DMD, FACD works as an orthodontist in Florida for over 22 years. Is clinical assistant professor of orthodontics at Northwestern Dental School in Chicago, and is a member of the American College of Dentists. * Christie Matheson is a health writer and editor of two monthly publications for medical professionals. Independently has written many articles for trade publications healthcare and fitness and health for the general public. * Alice A. McCarthy, MBA has a business degree from Babson College. He has over 14 years experience as a medical writer, analyst and researcher for the biomedical industry. His articles have appeared in publications for the public health in general, industry trade journals physician and various online sites. She writes frequently on the international pharmaceutical industry analyst for health care in the U.S.. UU. and Europe. * Krisha McCoy, MS has a master's degree in nutrition communication from Tufts University. He has written and clinical health content for the general public for online and print publications. Member of the American Medical Writer's Association. * Eileen McDonald an athlete and mother of two children. He likes to run, play tennis, hiking, and strength training. Writes about health and fitness and enjoys wearing a healthy lifestyle. * Wendy J. Meyeroff medical writer and his work has appeared in media across the country since 1978. She has covered women's health issues, nutrition and senior citizens. * Mary Mihaly is a writer on travel, lives in Cleveland, Ohio, and has appeared in Reader's Digest, Continental, Nature Conservancy, Robb Report and other national publications. * Marla Hardee Milling has written for a variety of print and online publications including Smart Computing, Armchair Millionaire, and BabyCenter. She is director of public information at Mars Hill College in North Carolina, and previously worked 10 years as a news producer at WLOS-TV. * Nanette Miner, EdD is president of the consulting firm The Training Doctor. Write extensively and speaks nationwide about commercial, marketing and motivation. * Deborah Mitchell is a freelance writer specializing in environmental and health issues. He has published over a dozen books and also writes for several professional and to the general public. * Cindi Myers fue gerente clínica médica y actualmente escribe sobre salud y medicina para publicaciones comerciales y para el público en general. * Deanna M. Neff, MPH es redactora e investigadora independiente con más de 10 años de experiencia en el campo de la política y la investigación sobre los cuidados de la salud. Tiene una maestría en salud pública con especialización en epidemiología y bioestadística de la Facultad de medicina de la Universidad Tufts. * Diane Voyatzis Norwood, MS, RD, CDE es dietista matriculada y educadora sobre diabetes certificada, además de tener una maestría en comunicación sobre nutrición de la Universidad Tufts. Ha escrito para diversas publicaciones, incluidas Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter y School Food Service & Nutrition . * Heather S. Oliff, PhD tiene un doctorado en farmacología y toxicología. Tiene más de nueve años de experiencia como científica, investigadora, redactora y educadora. * Robin Brett Parnes, MS, MPH tiene una maestría en salud pública de la Universidad de Boston, con especialización en promoción de la salud y prevención de enfermedades, y tiene una maestría en comunicación sobre nutrición de la Facultad de nutrición, ciencia y política de la Universidad Tufts. * Urmila Parlikar, MS tiene una maestría en periodismo científico del Programa de periodismo científico y médico de la Universidad de Boston y una licenciatura en biología e inglés de la Facultad Barnard de la Universidad de Columbia. Su trabajo ha sido incluido en varias publicaciones, como Harvard Health Letter , Harvard Women's Health Watch , Technology Review y American Health . * Abbi Perets es redactora independiente y vive en el sur de California. Frecuentemente escribe sobre paternidad, embarazo, salud femenina y viajes familiares. * Christine Perry, MS, RD tiene una maestría en nutrición clínica de la Universidad Tufts. Trabajó como editora sénior en Tufts University Health & Nutrition Letter y ha contribuido con el Chicago Center for Clinical Research y Earth Day Chicago. * Elizabeth Peterson, MFA tiene un MBA en redacción de la Universidad de Vermont y una licenciatura en antropología cultural e inglés de la Universidad Hamline en St. Paul, Minnesota. Es miembro de la American Medical Writer's Association y de New England Science Writers. * Ricker Polsdorfer, MD tiene una licenciatura en inglés de la Universidad de Harvard y estudió medicina en UCLA. Trabajó 30 años en consultorios familiares. En 1998, dejó su consultorio para transformarse en redactor médico independiente de tiempo completo. Su experiencia laboral incluye consultorios privados, clínicas, departamentos de emergencias, la Administración de Veteranos y el Cuerpo de Paz. * Virginia Reece, MS tiene una maestría en educación de la primera infancia de la Universidad Ball State. Actualmente, es instructora de desarrollo infantil y dirige un programa de laboratorio preescolar. * Julie Smith Riley, MS, RD tiene una maestría en ciencias de la nutrición y ha trabajado para sitios web durante varios años como editora, redactora, administradora de proyectos y responsable de programación. Además, sus artículos han sido incluidos en una variedad de publicaciones profesionales y para el público en general. * Trish Riley es periodista independiente profesional con presencia en los principales periódicos y revistas regionales y nacionales. Además de los temas de salud, disfruta escribir sobre empresarios, medio ambiente, niños y viajes familiares. * Alayne Ronnenberg, ScD ha trabajado en varios aspectos del campo de la nutrición durante más de 20 años. Actualmente, es asociada de investigación en la Facultad de salud pública de Harvard y docente invitada en la Facultad de nutrición de la Universidad Tufts. Sus investigaciones se centran en el efecto de la nutrición y las enfermedades infecciosas sobre la salud reproductiva. * Sue Rose, MS, RD es dietista matriculada y tiene un consultorio privado en Park Ridge, Illinois. Ofrece terapia de nutrición médica a sus pacientes y también trabaja como consultora de nutrición en empresas e industrias. * Laurie B. Rosenblum, MPH tiene una maestría en salud pública y se especializa en servicios de salud y educación para la salud. Es redactora y editora permanente en el Education Development Center de Massachusetts y también trabaja como editora y redactora independiente de materiales de salud para profesionales y público en general. * Jen Rymaruk, MA obtuvo una licenciatura en biología de la Universidad Siena y una maestría en comunicaciones para la salud de la Universidad Emerson. Jen es una fotógrafa ávida y artista que disfruta capturar las delicadezas de la naturaleza y crear murales de gran escala. * Diane Safer, PhD tiene un doctorado en psicología social experimental de la Universidad de Columbia. Es consultora independiente de investigación para firmas de relaciones públicas de biotecnología y cuidados de la salud, firmas de comunicaciones de marketing y compañías de cuidados de la salud. * Dianne Scheinberg MS, RD, LDN Dianne obtuvo un RD y un MS en nutrición y promoción de la salud en la Universidad Simmons. Es presidente y propietaria de Dianne B. Scheinberg and Associates, una firma de consultoría y asesoría en nutrición de Newton, Massachusetts. Algunos de sus clientes son Bosse Sports and Health Club y el Departamento de salud pública de Massachusetts. * Amy Scholten, MPH tiene una maestría en salud pública (educación y promoción de la salud) y una licenciatura en nutrición. Ha trabajado como nutricionista, educadora en salud, editora y redactora especializada en salud y directora de marketing para programas de bienestar hospitalarios y comunitarios. * Skye Schulte, MS, MPH tiene una maestría en comunicación sobre nutrición y una maestría en salud pública de la Universidad Tufts. Su trabajo se ha publicado en Journal of Health Communication y The Encyclopedia of Health Behavior . * Sylvia Sensiper, PhD es una redactora y productora de video de Boston egresada de la Escuela de negocios de Harvard. Sus artículos han aparecido diversas revistas y publicaciones académicas. * Diane W. Shannon, MD, MPH ejerció la medicina interna hasta 1996, cuando comenzó una carrera en redacción médica. Ha escrito sobre numerosos temas para el público en general, médicos, ejecutivos de cuidados de la salud y farmacéuticos. * Terry Miller Shannon, RRT es terapeuta respiratoria matriculada y ha escrito para varias publicaciones, incluidas Reader's Digest , The Christian Science Monitor , Teen , Sunset y CBS Health Watch . * Jill Shuman, MS, RD, ELS es dietista matriculada, editora y periodista. Escribe con asiduidad sobre salud y nutrición, fue presidente de la American Medical Writers' Association (Nueva Inglaterra) y es docente en la Universidad Tufts. * Jeff Siegel ha escrito ampliamente sobre temas de salud y nutrición para varias revistas importantes, incluidas Men's Health , Healthy Woman y Boy's Life . * Vonne Sieve, MA es redactora médica independiente y ha escrito numerosos artículos sobre temas relacionados con la salud, como el cáncer de próstata, las hemorroides y varios procedimientos quirúrgicos de ginecología y neurocirugía. También es productora de una serie de videos médicos galardonados. * Leanna Skarnulis es redactora independiente de artículos para revistas que incluyen Friendly Exchange , Mature Outlook , The Futurist y Writer's Digest . Fue redactora sénior y ejecutiva de cuentas de una agencia publicitaria. * Carrie Myers Smith, BS tiene una licenciatura en fisiología del ejercicio y actualmente está realizando una maestría en nutrición. Sus artículos han aparecido en Shape's Fit Pregnancy , IDEA Health and Fitness Source y American Fitness . * Heather Smith es una redactora independiente que ha escrito sobre salud, alimentación y entretenimiento para publicaciones impresas y en línea. Actualmente está realizando una maestría en edición y publicación en la Universidad de Cincinnati. * Nathalie Smith, MSN, RN es enfermera comunitaria acreditada, consultora de redacción y redactora médica independiente, y vive en Lincoln, Nebraska. Tiene una maestría en enfermería de la Universidad de California, San Francisco. En sus más de 10 años de experiencia como redactora médica, Nathalie ha contribuido con más de 70 artículos para publicaciones médicas revisadas por colegas. Es presidente de Aspen Medical Writing Associates. * Elizabeth Smoots, MD es médica familiar acreditada en Seattle, Washington, y se especializa en medicina preventiva y atención primaria. Tiene más de 20 años de experiencia en consultorios privados, organizaciones de mantenimiento de la salud y varias clínicas de prácticas grupales. Sus textos se han publicado en diversos sitios web y en numerosas revistas y publicaciones, incluidas Harvard Health Letter , Family Safety & Health , American Family Physician y Best of Health . * Elissa Sonnenberg, MSEd fue profesora y educadora de la salud. Su trabajo se ha presentado en MSNBC.com, Moms Online y Environmental News Network, entre otras publicaciones impresas nacionales y en línea. * Jeffrey Stone, MBA es un redactor de salud independiente de Boston que trabaja como gerente de membresías del Massachusetts Health Data Consortium. Tiene un MBA en administración de cuidados de la salud de la Universidad de Boston y tiene experiencia en investigación de encuestas sobre salud pública, administración de redes de médicos y marketing de cuidados de la salud. * Michelle Strawinski, RN es enfermera matriculada en el Johnson Memorial Hospital en Connecticut. Trabaja como enfermera médica y quirúrgica. Michelle se graduó de la Universidad Merrimack con una licenciatura en medicina deportiva y obtuvo el certificado de enfermera matriculada de la Facultad de enfermería de la Universidad de Connecticut. * Diane Stresing es redactora independiente en el noreste de Ohio. Disfruta, especialmente, de escribir sobre la convergencia de la medicina, la tecnología y los negocios. * Annie Stuart es redactora y editora independiente con casi 25 años de experiencia. Ha escrito, editado o administrado los proyectos de más de 600 folletos relacionados con la salud, capítulos de libros y artículos para revistas, publicaciones, periódicos y sitios web. Sus clientes incluyen desde el sitio CancerSource.com y la revista Prevention hasta la Universidad Stanford y el Western Institute for Food Safety and Security. * Cheryl A. Sweet es redactora independiente, vive en Arizona, y se ha especializado en temas médicos, científicos y de cuidados de la salud durante más de 25 años. * Tracy Teare es redactora independiente y vive en Falmouth, Maine. Fue editora de equipamiento y acondicionamiento físico de la revista Walking , ha escrito para Fit Pregnancy , Women's Sports & Fitness , Walking y Self . * Madeline Vann, MPH tiene más de una década de experiencia en temas científicos, médicos y de salud como redactora y como profesional de relaciones con los medios. Cursó una maestría en salud pública en la Facultad de salud pública y medicina tropical de la Universidad Tulane, con especialización en comunicaciones para la salud y marketing social. Sus textos han aparecido en New Orleans Times-Picayune , Huntsville Times , Natural Awakenings y San Antonio Current . * Karen Vikstrom, MS, CGC es asesora genética acreditada, con varios años de experiencia en una clínica de genética prenatal y pediátrica. Es redactora independiente y se especializa en genética y medicina. * Sheri Wallace es una redactora independiente que vive en Tucson, Arizona. Escribe frecuentemente sobre temas de salud y paternidad. * Beth Walsh, MA escribe sobre administración de la información sobre salud, temas de facturación y reembolso, tecnología de la información para la salud y diagnóstico por imágenes. Actualmente es editora sénior de la revista Health Imaging & IT . Obtuvo una maestría en comunicación para la salud de la Universidad Emerson y una licenciatura en periodismo de la Universidad Lehigh. * Janice Wells es una redactora independiente que vive en California. Su trabajo se ha publicado en Family Circle , Woman's Day , Real Woman , Family Life , Parenting , Contra Costa Times y otras publicaciones. * Richard C. Wilson, MD es médico podólogo en un consultorio privado en Melbourne, Florida. Sus intereses profesionales incluyen la medicina deportiva y la cirugía del pie. Ha publicado varios artículos científicos y populares. * Debra Wood, RN es redactora independiente especializada en temas de cuidados de la salud, envejecimiento y estilo de vida. Aprovecha sus más de 25 años de experiencia en enfermería para comunicar eficazmente temas relacionados con la salud a profesionales y al público en general. * Michael Wood, BS, PTA tiene una licenciatura en fisiología del ejercicio y un título en fisioterapia (PTA). Sus membresías profesionales incluyen: National Strength & Conditioning Association (CSCS), American College of Sports Medicine, National Academy of Sports Medicine y American Council on Exercise. * Linda Wright, MS es redactora interna de Connections y ha comentado el thriller médico no ficcional de Nicholas Regush, The Virus Within en iVillage.com. * Troya Renee Yoder, MS es redactora de salud independiente y tiene una licenciatura en biología y química, y una maestría en genética molecular. Escribe mayormente sobre temas de salud infantil y sus trabajos han sido publicados en varias publicaciones impresas y en línea para el público en general. * Monica Zangwill, MD, MPH es especialista acreditada en medicina interna en Boston, Massachusetts. Se especializa en atención primaria, medicina preventiva y salud pública. * Lisa Zinnia Zinman ha sido integrante activa de la American Massage Therapy Association desde 1989 y está matriculada en el estado de Nueva York y en la ciudad de Boston, Massachusetts, donde administra un consultorio privado.

Source: www.med.nyu.edu

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2003-11-10 18:56:42 by teatime

...the frustrating thing about most MFA programs is having to listen to the same people read the same crap over and over again without edits or any improvement.
I was fortunate to have professors (including my favorite modern playwright)who understood my work and were totally supportive of my writing not being cookie cutter. (I got two scholarships and recommendations to a few NYC theatre groups...yeehaw) Unfortunatly, I had to listen to most of the rest of the cookie cutter crew give the same comments over and over without paying any attention to the text being discussed. (I adore close textual criticisms

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    Apr 11, 2010 by Jake L | Posted in Other - Education

    Other than be a novelist of course.

    Is this degree enough to get a job writing scripts for TV series or other forms of entertainment like video games?

    Also, how difficult would it be to find a job with such a degree?

    • While the last poster makes some good pts, I think you should follow your passion while making sure you have an "out". What do I mean? Well, have a plan B should plan A not work out the way you wanted. If you ha …ing to do anything. There are a lot of people with writing degrees just like there are a lot of people with law degrees that don't end up practicing law. It's up to you to make the connections and make yourself stand out.